The IMD on Tuesday warned of sunshine to average rainfall at most locations with remoted heavy to very heavy rainfall and remoted extraordinarily heavy rainfall over Assam-Meghalaya on Wednesday in addition to thunderstorms and lightning at remoted locations. The division has issued an advisory to the catastrophe administration companies to be on alert.
For Arunachal Pradesh, the IMD has issued an ‘Orange Warning’ with gentle to average rainfall at most locations as additionally heavy to very heavy rainfall with in the frontier state. For all of the three northeastern states, climate circumstances could barely enhance from May 20.
The ‘Red Alert’ has been sounded primarily for western Assam on Wednesday. Heavy to very heavy rainfall, measuring 7 to twenty cm in 24 hours (8.30 am on Wednesday to eight.30 am on Thursday) could be very probably over Dhubri and South Salmara districts. Heavy to very heavy rainfall can be very probably over Goalpara, Chirang, Baksa, Barpeta, Bongaigaon, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Dima Hasao, Cachar and Karimganj districts the place floods and landslides are creating havoc.
Further, the IMD has predicted widespread heavy to very heavy rainfall, accompanied by thunder and lightning over northeastern states until May 21. Thunderstorms, lightning and heavy to very heavy rainfall with extraordinarily heavy rainfall at remoted locations can be very probably over Meghalaya throughout this era.
Moisture incursion from the Bay of Bengal is more likely to proceed over the northeast because of sturdy decrease degree southerly and southwesterly winds throughout May 17-19. The Met workplace mentioned underneath the affect of the present climate methods, widespread rain will proceed.
Cherrapunji and Mawsynram in Meghalaya have recorded the very best rainfall within the final 24 hours. While Cherrapunji skilled 37 cm rainfall, Mawsynram recorded 32 cm rainfall, each in extraordinarily heavy rainfall class, within the final 24 hours until Tuesday morning.